Curriculum and Teaching (Archived 2016-17 Graduate Catalog)

School of Teaching and Learning
Interim Director: Timothy Murnen, School of Teaching and Learning
Graduate Coordinator: Tracy Huziak-Clark
Address: 529 Education Building     
Phone: 419-372-7320
Program Web Page:

Degrees Offered
Master of Education(M.Ed.)

Program(s) Offered
M.Ed. in Curriculum and Teaching

Prerequisites to Graduate Work
Prerequisites for the M.Ed. programs include a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.

Admission Procedure
Applicants seeking admission to the graduate programs in _Curriculum and Teaching should follow the instructions outlined in the Graduate Admission section of this Graduate Catalog.  All application materials should be sent to the Graduate Admissions Office.

Degree Requirements
The Master of Education in Curriculum and Teaching is designed to provide teachers possessing a bachelor’s degree and licensure (certification) with the opportunity to enhance their understanding of curriculum theory, design and development, and their skill as effective classroom teachers.

Candidates must complete a minimum of 33 semester hours of graduate work approved by the graduate coordinator. The 33 hours include a required core of 21 hours and 12 hours of elective choices to meet the individual needs of students.

Candidates will pursue the M.Ed. degree under one of two plans:

Plan I: Candidates must prepare a thesis and complete an oral examination conducted by members of the thesis committee.

Plan II: Candidates must complete a written comprehensive research paper or classroom-based project before the completion of the course work for the degree.

Please access graduate courses online at Graduate courses associated with the Curriculum and Teaching program use the prefix EDTL.

Graduate Courses
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